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Patterns, change and clean slates

Most of us resist change. We fear it to our core. We worry that if things change, they’ll get worse. We would rather flounder in our own discomfort than risk ending up with something less desirable. My weekend has been… eye opening. I have learned more lessons in this one weekend than I thought was [...]
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Great Expectations

The expectations of others affect us in strange ways. If you think about it, it's odd that we take them on board anyway as they are the opinions and judgements of people that AREN'T US. People who may not have any idea what's right for us. People who have never walked in our shoes (and may not even wear the same size). People who aren't perfect and don't know everything there is to know about life and how it unfolds.
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Pushing VS Allowing

One of the biggest struggles I had last year was the fight between my ambitious, driven self and my innate desire to be calm and have some serious space. It felt like as soon as I was starting to relax and allow things to happen in their own time, the other part of my personality came in asking questions about why I wasn't doing X or creating Y and calling me lazy.
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The Beauty in Surrender

Once you pass though the denial, the overwhelm and blame, the fear; it starts to become easy and perhaps even a little exhilarating. One of my oracle cards likens it to tending to your own garden. Once you start to pull out the weeds, the garden starts to flourish. You see the small but significant changes in your mood, your relationships and your life.
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A Note to My Beloved Wonder Women

  Wonder Woman is one of my favourite characters from childhood. I have a 1980s poster of her mounted on my wall (see above). I loved that she was not only ridiculously strong but also compassionate and feminine. The problem with having a role model like Miss Amazon 1987 is that we all struggle to [...]
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The Library: 4th Edition

I've had a little more mental space to get back to reading (both online and off) recently and I am loving it! I can't get enough of inspiring words, brilliant quotes and ideas. Do you ever find that you get caught up in a reading marathon and emerge after a few hours? Anyway, I decided it was time that I shared a few of my favourite reads with you so you can enjoy them as much as I did.
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The Roadblock to Optimism

Optimism tends to get a bad rap. The cynics snort and turn up their noses at the Positivity Brigade and scour the web for scientific proof that the mind cannot be changed simply by asking it to. Maybe they're right or maybe they're just not willing to find out if they're wrong
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The Three C’s: Control

I never thought of myself as a control freak. I always liked the laid-back carefree spirit label instead. That was until I realised just how much of my life I was trying to get my controlling claws into! Resisting the mystery of life. Pushing in order to have some idea of the outcome.
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The Three C’s: Comparison

We all do it. It's human nature to look over to where the grass appears to be greener and react, but it's one of our most unhealthy tendencies. It's a habit that always leads to negative feelings without fail. Comparison saps our energy, our ability to experience gratitude and our self worth.
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When Life Hands You a Speed-Bump Sandwich

I've been trying to figure out how to write this post for almost a week. Sometimes words just flow and sometimes everything gets caught up, twisted around and clogged. I knew that eventually my mind would become clear enough to type it out - so here we are.
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